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Default Subreport parameters always zero

Hi,

I have a container report and linked subreport with their data being pushed from an ASP.NET codebehind (C#). The problem is that the tree linked fields from the container report are not being passed to the subreport; the subreport parameter fields created by Crystal are always zero. Furthermore, when I inspect the subreport object in debug, the thre parameter field objects of the subreport return 'false' from 'isLinked()'. Can anyone help me out on this?

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